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Bakshirhat Mahavidyalaya

Bakshirhat Mahavidyalaya

Established : 24th Oct, 2005
Type : Co-Education
President : Mr. Swapan Saha
Principal / Lecturer-in-Charge : Mr. Laltu Barman
Former Name : --
Location : Coochbehar
Affiliation(s) : North Bengal University
Category : Undergraduate
Accreditation / Recognition : --
Department(s) : Arts
Admission Information
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Honours Bengali
  • Any Honours cannot be taken with Geography or Phy. Education.
  • Any Honours cannot be taken up the same subject as Elective.
  • Honours in a language shall not be allowed to take up another language subject as elective.
Compulsory Subjects Bengali
Environmental Studies
Elective Subjects Bengali
Political Science
Physical Education
Elective Bengali cannot be taken with Elective English or Sanskrit,
Elective English Cannot be taken with Elective Bengali or Sanskrit,
Sanskrit cannot be taken with Elective English or Elective Bengali,
Elective Geography cannot be taken with Philosophy or Phy. Education,
Any honours candidate cannot be taken Geography or Physical Education.

Paper-Wise Distribution Of Marks

Paper-Wise Distribution Of Marks For Hons & General Degree Courses: Part - I, II & III Examination

Paper-Wise Distribution of Marks for Honours
  Part- I Part- II Part- III
Comp. Bengali: 50Marks English: 50Marks Environment Studies: 50 Marks
Hons Papers: Paper I : 100 Marks
Paper II : 100 Marks
Paper III : 100 Marks
Paper IV : 100 Marks
Paper v : 100 Marks
Paper VI : 100 Marks
Paper VII : 100 Marks
Paper VIII : 100 Marks
Elective Subjects: Any two elective subjects to be chosen from the given list. Each subject comprises of three papers (I, II & III) of 50 marks each. Two elective subjects which had been chosen in part I. Each subject comprises of three papers (IV, V, VI) of 50 marks each.  
Total 550 marks 550 marks 450 marks
Paper-Wise Distribution of Marks for General
  Part- I Part- II Part- III
Comp. Bengali: 50Marks English: 50Marks Environment Studies: 50 Marks
Elective Subjects: Any three elective subjects to be chosen from the given list. Each subject comprises of three papers (I, II, III) of 50 marks each. 50 * 3 * 3 = 450 Three elective subjects which had been chosen in part I. Each subject comprises of three papers (IV, V, VI) of 50 marks each. 50 * 3 * 3 = 450 One paper (paper-VII) from each elective subject 100 * 3 = 100
Total 550 marks 550 marks 350 marks

List Of Documents To Be Required At The Time Of Admission: General Stream

  • Original Mark-sheet of H.S. Examination
  • Original Admit Card of Madhyamik Pariksha or equivalent
  • Character certificate from the last institution
  • Caste certificate in case of S.C/S.T., from the Competent Authority
  • Handicapped certificate, (In case of Handicapped persons from the Competent Authority)
  • Migration Certificate, (in case of candidates from other Boards/Universities)
  • Two passport size photographs
  • Two sets Xerox attested copy of all the documents
  • Extra curriculum Activities certificate for Phy.Ed.

Eligibility For Admission

  • A Student may be admitted to B.A./ B.Sc./ B.Com three year Degree Course (General / Honours) after passing the Higher Secondary Examination in the general stream conducted by the Higher Secondary Examination in the general stream conducted by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education in 10+2 pattern after a period of 12 years of study or an examination recognized by the University provided that he/she has passed in at least five subjects with English and Environmental studies as compulsory subjects. Provided that in case of other Boards where in Environmental Studies is not a compulsory subject, the student shall have ton pass in at least five subjects with English as compulsary subject. Provided further that all students who have passed in five subject at Higher Secondary (10+2) examination before 2007 shall be admitted in terms of the pre-amended regulations of the NBU.

    Those candidate who would obtain either (i) 55% marks in the aggregate or (ii) 50% in the aggregate with 60% marks in the subject in the qualification examination shall be eligible to apply for admission to Honours course in the subject concerned. Admission to a course shall be subject to availability of seats and based on merit. Provided that for Admission to the Courses of B.A.(Hons), SC or ST candidate getting admission should have in the previous examinations qualifying marks which are not lower by more than 25% from the marks obtained, by the last candidate of the general merit list will not be counted towards these reserved quota. In the matter of eligibility to apply for admission to Honours courses 54.5% marks or above shall be treated as 55% marks, 49.5% marks or above shall be treated as 50% and 59.5% marks or above shall be treated as 60%.
  • No candidate shall be allowed to take-up more than one of the following language subjects as Elective: (i) English (ii) Bengali and (iii) Sanskrit.
  • Admission will be offered on the basis of a merit list as per University guidelines. Admission to all the courses would be subject to the availability of seats.
  • All the information required will have to be supplied by the candidate seeking admission. The application for admission will be rejected if any wrong or incomplete information is supplied by the candidate seeking admission.
  • Admission on transfer shall not be permitted other than in the First Year of Degree Classes (Hons. & Gen.) and within six months of commencement of classes. A student must offer the subjects as he/she studied in the previous college.
  • »  Hostel :
    With Govt. grant the construction of a hostel building for the SC/ST girls has already been started an one & a half bigha of land near the College Building.
  • »  College Canteen :
    There is a canteen for college students, which remain open during college hour.
  • »  Teaching Staff :
    The college has a high-profile Teaching staff. All the teachers are highly motivated, resourceful, hard working, devoted and sincere, having attended a number of seminars/workshops/Courses sponsored both by UGC and other agencies. They leave no stone unturned in trying to satisfy the analytical and ever curious minds of the students and always take personal care of the all-round development of the college.
  • »  Library :
    There is a good library having around Three thousand books and a number of periodicals. There is also a Book Bank facility for the students.
  • »  National Service Scheme :
    The college has two units of NSS. The programme officer for the first Unit is Mr. Laltu Barman, Assistant Professor in Bengali and for the second unit is Mr. Kartick Saha, Assistant Professor in History. Unit - III is in process.
  • »  Games & Sports :
    The tradition of the college in the field of games and sports is laudable. The students have participated in various tournaments & athletic meet in the University and State Level competitions and have won medals & championships. In 2012 this college won Non-Govt. Athlete District Championship.
  • »  Environment Club
  • »  Academic Seminars
  • »  Cultural Programmes
  • »  Student Support Service :
      i) Book Bank Facilities
      ii) Merit Scholarship
  • »  Student's Union :
    All students of the college are members of the college students' Union whose office bearers are elected by the students every year to conduct different extra-curricular activities & programmes to develop their soft skill.
  • »  Co-Curricular Activities :
    Annual Games & Sports; Participation in Social Activities like Health Programmes, Literacy Mission etc; Participation in Academic Seminars & Discussion, Membership in Current Affairs Forum, Environment Club, Agro based workshops, College Beautification, Wall Magazine.

Bakshirhat Mahavidyalaya(BM), Cooch Behar established on 24th Oct, 2005 is a renowned Arts college affiliated under North Bengal University. It was the long cherished dream of the people of Bakshirhat Block, situated towards the north-east of West Bengal, in the Cooch Behar district near Assam border. In the month of June of the year 1999 an Organizing Committee was set up for fulfilling this goal. Applications were sent to the Higher Education Department, West Bengal and the University of North Bengal for permission to set up a college. Bakshirhat High School initially gifted six Bighas of land to the Organizing Committee and later on around three and one-fourth Bighas were bought from generous people for setting up the college. Later on people from various walks of life came with help of different kinds of set up the college. On 28th March 2001 an Inspection Team came from Higher Education Department to find out the possibilities to set up the college in Bakshirhat. Later, on 24th of October, 2005 the Government gave its final approval for the setting up of the college.

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